Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ken Roczen was crowned the 450 Pro Motocross Champion at the final round of the US Pro MX Championship Series in Tooele, Utah, a remarkable achievement in his rookie year. Teammate Ryan Dungey was a fighting close second overall in what was a landmark result for the KTM factory team.
John Meaney continues his Califonia adventure and sent us a selection of images from the Hongtown national.
Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ken Roczen made a welcome return to the US Supercross Championship on Saturday night in Houston’s Reliant Stadium when he finished third. Teammate Ryan Dungey made an impressive recovery from a first lap crash to finish seventh overall and salvaged important points in the championship hunt.
Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ken Roczen of Germany finished fourth overall at the thirteenth round of the Monster Energy Supercross Series at Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis. Factory teammate Ryan Dungey battled alongside him but suffered a last lap crash that dropped him down the order into ninth.
Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ryan Dungey scored another podium finish in the 450 SX class at the twelfth round of the Monster Energy Supercross Series on Saturday at the Roger Centre in Toronto, Canada. His factory teammate Ken Roczen also earned a solid fifth place.
Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ryan Dungey took his first 450 SX win of the season at the ninth round of the Monster Energy Supercross Series at Lucas Oil Stadium in front of a packed crowd to move up to second place in the championship point standings.
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing had another solid night in Rd. 6 of the US Supercross Championships at San Diego with Ken Roczen on the podium in third to be second in the points of the 450-class after six of 17 rounds in this tough competition. Factory teammate Ryan Dungey finished fourth on the night and is sixth in the standings.
Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ken Roczen continued his impressive debut season in the Monster Energy Supercross Series 450 class finishing second behind Chad Reed when the competition returned to Anaheim for the third time in five rounds.
The US Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team launched their 2014 AMA Supercross season with flair on Saturday night in the Angel Stadium with a 1-2 in the opening round of the 450 class competition thanks to rookie Ken Roczen of Germany and American teammate Ryan Dungey.
Dean Ferris has been signed to race for the US 2014 Red Bull KTM Factory Team. The 23 year old Australian completes the four-man line-up together with American Ryan Dungey, Ken Roczen of Germany and French rider Marvin Musquin.
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